Lol. No this post isn’t what you think…
Last night was great. I met up with Kerri and we went for some late night Geocaching. We first attempted a cache set by a friend of mine, but the park was locked and Kerri wasn’t up for fence hopping… Too bad, but I will be back! Our second attempt took us to a field with nothing but a handfull of trees, but unfortunately, The cache seems to be missing. Reading the logs, nobody’s found it for quite a while. On our third attempt, we were successfull in finding the cache! and just in time. As I sat down to sign the log book, the lantern died. We were out of light. Thank god we weren’t stuck in the middle of the woods somewhere. We started around Midnight and I got home about 4:30 or so in the morning. Quite a fun evening!
I had a great time. We need to go find Charlie’s cache when the park isn’t closed.
I had a blast.
find what? what’s a cache?
Check out Geocaching.com.
Basically, Geocaching is a world-wide treasure-hunt using a GPS (Global Positioning System) to locate caches hidden throughout the world.
Literally, It sums up to wandering into the woods witha $200 device to search for kids toys 🙂 The history/origins of Geocaching is pretty neat, and in less than 5 years, Geocaching went from one cache in the midwest to over 140,000 caches in 213 countries worldwide.